Flower photography by Daniel Cook from the undergrowth around Sheffield and the beautiful gardens of the UK. A collection of all my floral photography.
Found beauty in a strangers garden. I guess they will never know.
A thank you to all the gardens.
An ongoing obsession with the power of frost.
I never intended to be blue
"On and on we go, always with the ghosts of us in tow"
Blue stamped from the motion of the wind throught the golden grass.
"the fatal metaphor or progress, which means leaving things behind us, has utterly obscured the real idea of growth, which means leaving things inside us." Gilbert K. Chesterton
Field Scabious i do believeious. An amazing level of developement. By amazing, I mean amazing, not added for effect.
The strongest of the roses in the Botanical Gardens of Sheffield. Inspiration for photography can be found in so many places and it's often a combined process of inspiring places, people and emotions. I love this image personally however I also look at it and feel it's a result of my admiration for the work of Liam Rimmington www.instillmotion.co who captures these similar details of nature so beautifully.
So much flamboyant beauty but only one flower draws the attention.
Isolating. Macro extract details of wildflowers.
Growth in many different ways from the undergrowth along annonymous footpaths and tracks.
Various stages of life and death taking place in the Botanical Gardens of Sheffield.
A delicate pink rose tentatively unfurling in the winter. Sheffield, Botanical Gardens.
Buttercup emotions around the way.
A stormy look into the nearest plant life which caught my eye.
Balue flames amongst the golden fields.
Floral detail from the gardens of the Trentham Estate in Staffordshire.
The spotlight shines on a small detail of the Fox Hagg scrubland in Sheffield.
Structures in the sunset